Exploring cultural identity construction among African migrant and refugee background youth in Aotearoa New Zealand

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Ayallo, Irene
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2019-10
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Aotearoa
New Zealand
Afro-Kiwi children
Afro-Kiwi youth
migrants
racism
cultural adaptation
migrant experiences
cultural identity
1.5 generation immigrants
1.5 G
Africans in New Zealand
African youth
migrant identity
third culture kid (TCK)
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Ayallo, I. (2019, October). Exploring Cultural Identity Construction among African Migrant and Refugee Background Youth in Aotearoa New Zealand. Paper presented at the WISE UP 2019, Auckland, New Zealand.
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Introduction: definitions Why is this topic important? Immigration and resettlement (experiences of their families) Immigration, resettlement and identity formation In the context of migration, Hall (2014) proposes 2 different ways of thinking about cultural identity: Youth and identity formation for youth of R & M background Research says Conclusions and comments Further research on this topic in Aotearoa/NZ
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